A special investment offer on the Saint Kitts Sustainable Growth Fund, which originally ended on 15 January 2021, has been extended to 31 December 2021, meaning investors looking for Saint Kitts citizenship via the donation route can still benefit from considerable cost savings for a limited time only.
The special offer, which was launched by the Saint Kitts Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Unit in response to the global pandemic, means that the investment amount for a family of four has been slashed from $195,000 to $150,000 – a reduction of $45,000. Plus, the addition of another eligible dependent is only $10,000, and the addition of an eligible sibling only $20,000.
In addition, the sale of private homes, subject to certain conditions, has now also been approved under the CBI programme. The qualifying period runs until 1st November 2022, with qualifying properties to include homes with an appraised value of more than $400,000.
Saint Kitts & Nevis is the self-proclaimed ‘platinum’ Citizenship Programme of the Caribbean. It is the oldest economic passport program in the world dating back to 1984. The duel island nation is known for its cloud-shrouded mountains and beautiful beaches.